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Location-aware app Highlight is working on showing “what’s” around you in addition to “who”

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Today I was hanging out at the ad:tech conference in San Francisco, which consists mainly of marketing professionals who are looking for the best way to integrate social into their advertising campaigns. During a keynote with Guy Kawasaki and our friend Robert Scoble, the location-aware app Highlight was mentioned. A...
Location-aware app Highlight is working on showing “what’s” around you in addition to “who”

Bottlenose 2.0: Taming The “Share-pocalypse” With A Smarter Social Media Dashboard

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There’s a lot of noise in our social media channels. I’m busy clogging up your Twitter feed with my deep thoughts, your friends are sharing their one-millionth baby picture on Facebook, and Scoble is filming startups in your living room on Google+. There is unfathomable amount of data being produced...
Bottlenose 2.0: Taming The “Share-pocalypse” With A Smarter Social Media Dashboard

Why Apple Really Needs To Kill It With iOS 7

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Six years in, the polish is starting to rub off. After a historic launch and years of grand slam updates to its hardware and software, the iPhone now appears more vulnerable than ever. To retains its luster, Apple needs to make iOS 7 its boldest update yet.  It pains me...
Why Apple Really Needs To Kill It With iOS 7
Next-gen iPhone ‘confirmed’ to feature new 19-pin mini connector

Real Founders of Silicon Valley: Those Bravo-Inspired Entrepreneurial Events In Full

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Regular readers will know that PandoDaily has been somewhat, ah, skeptical of Bravo’s new “Silicon Valley” reality show, which begins shooting next month. “Snobs!” cried one critic. “Wait until you know more details before you judge!” wailed… well, actually, the exact same critic who in no way has been lobbying...
Real Founders of Silicon Valley: Those Bravo-Inspired Entrepreneurial Events In Full

There are apparently only two kinds of posts on FriendFeed that have more than 40 comments and 12 likes: Posts in non-english languages, and posts Alex Scoble has commented on: http://friendfeed.com/search?q=+comments:40+likes:12

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There are apparently only two kinds of posts on FriendFeed that have more than 40 comments and 12 likes: Posts in non-english languages, and posts Alex Scoble has commented on: http://friendfeed.com/search?q=+comments:40+likes:12

Why I Can’t Get As Excited About Geolocation as Scoble

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I was partially responsible for choosing Gowalla as the Texas Social Media Award winner for 2010. While I am happy to support Gowalla and use it myself, I feel compelled to drop a little vitamin C in the geolocation Kool-Aid to make sure people are okay. I’ve had some not...
Why I Can’t Get As Excited About Geolocation as Scoble

RT @Scoble If I change my name to Scoble will you call ? http://bit.ly/cW5BWN dude dropped a comment like I care :)

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RT @Scoble If I change my name to Scoble will you call ? http://bit.ly/cW5BWN dude dropped a comment like I care :)

The Coming Twitter Search Changes Are A Move In The Wrong Direction

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To put a fine point on it, changing Twitter Search to filter tweets by “popularity,” and not by their timestamp, is ridiculous.Let me break it down for you. Twitter has always had two components to it: real-time, and ego. It’s a fancy way of saying that Twitter is a completely...
The Coming Twitter Search Changes Are A Move In The Wrong Direction

RT @TWiT: Just posted: This Week In Google 30: The Scoble Effect: This week on TWiG, data and internet security, China and Googl http://url4.eu/1Rpal

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RT @TWiT: Just posted: This Week In Google 30: The Scoble Effect: This week on TWiG, data and internet security, China and Googl http://url4.eu/1Rpal

<a href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/2004/01/01.html#a6002">Scoble</a>: "I find it ironic that Slashdot is worrying about offshoring of programming."

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<a href="http://radio.weblogs.com/0001011/2004/01/01.html#a6002">Scoble</a>: "I find it ironic that Slashdot is worrying about offshoring of programming."

The Most Stalker-Friendly People On Gowalla. Scoble Not Included.

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The Most Stalker-Friendly People On Gowalla. Scoble Not Included.

Commentary | Scoble: I’ll Go Down With the Ship

www.wired.com
I will always love Scoble for who he is, and who he is not. He is a great user. I love users. I named a company after users. Users are everything. The only reason to make software is for users. That’s my basis for respecting Scoble. But I’m not...
Commentary | Scoble: I’ll Go Down With the Ship

Would you delete your Facebook profile? Why? I wont.

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There is a significant number of my friends who are saying Facebook doesn’t bring enough value and are deleting their Facebook profiles or considering deleting them. I don’t know why particularly French people seem to be reacting like that. Two main reasons behind that radical move for them, it...
Would you delete your Facebook profile? Why? I wont.

How Twitter can save itself from Doom

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I wrote yesterday's piece about Twitter very quickly, too quickly -- because I came up with a shitty title that didn't reflect how I was thinking about it. We're in the phase of the tech loop where what matters is how impressive your latest press event was. To illustrate the...
How Twitter can save itself from Doom

HP buying Palm is like Ke$ha marrying John McCain

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By Joe Wilcox, Betanews Exactly, what do they have in common? HP-Palm is a merger of necessity. HP needs to jumpstart (for the umpteenth time) its mobile strategy and Palm needs to be bought by anybody or perhaps die. Hey, there is anybody and then there's anybody else would be...
HP buying Palm is like Ke$ha marrying John McCain

RT @redux: RT @building43 Redux: The Hottest Video from Your Social Graph http://is.gd/9xPce - Thanks Mr. Scoble @scobleizer !

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RT @redux: RT @building43 Redux: The Hottest Video from Your Social Graph http://is.gd/9xPce - Thanks Mr. Scoble @scobleizer !

Contrary to what Chris White may tell you https://friendfeed.com/cristoblanco/bf5136f6/so-i-was-chatting-with-alex-scoble-today-and-it I have no intentions of leaving friendfeed and I sure as heck wouldn't start using Twitter as my main service of choice

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Contrary to what Chris White may tell you https://friendfeed.com/cristoblanco/bf5136f6/so-i-was-chatting-with-alex-scoble-today-and-it I have no intentions of leaving friendfeed and I sure as heck wouldn't start using Twitter as my main service of choice

June 04, 2010: For the second week in a row, Alex Scoble wins the week with a guess of 9,950. DJIA closed down for the week at 9,931.22. Last week's guesses: http://ff.im/l5dvB Please leave your guesses for next week as comments on this thread and thanks

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June 04, 2010: For the second week in a row, Alex Scoble wins the week with a guess of 9,950. DJIA closed down for the week at 9,931.22. Last week's guesses: http://ff.im/l5dvB Please leave your guesses for next week as comments on this thread and thanks
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